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Conservation Coordinator Sarah Conley went to Bengkulu and the Conservation Response Unit in Seblat. Going across the world to see elephants is an exciting experience, but far from easy.
Dear Friends, For elephants, the fight for species survival is centered on the ability to peacefully co-exist with humans. Whether it is the threat of poaching in Africa, human-elephant conflict (HEC) in Asian elephant range countries, or habitat loss everywhere, the challenges to elephants are intertwined with humans and therefore the solutions must be as well.
Block Print artist John Caldwell is dedicating his art to elephant conservation for the third year in a row! IEF is in awe of his talent and dedication to building a sustainable future for elephants.
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THE JAKARTA DECLARATION FOR ASIAN ELEPHANT CONSERVATION JAKARTA, INDONESIA April 20, 2017 We, the representatives of the relevant agencies from Asian Elephant Ranges States including the Kingdom of Bhutan, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Kingdom of Cambodia, People’s Republic of China, Republic of India, Republic of Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Federal [...]
In a historic effort to save and conserve the Asian elephant, Government representatives from the 13 Asian countries which still have extant populations of wild Asian elephants, gathered at the Asian Elephant Range States Meeting to improve collaboration and cooperation in order to protect elephants in Asia.
Congratulations to the Tegal Yoso Conservation Response Unit (CRU) Team on the birth of two healthy baby elephants in the same week!
Conservation requires a great deal of 'thinking forward'--thinking forward towards the next project, thinking forward towards policy developments, thinking forward for population numbers, and thinking forward for the future of elephants.
IEF-supported projects protect elephants from poaching, seek solutions for human-elephant conflict, equip and train community conservationists, increase our knowledge of the treatment and prevention of disease and educate people.